Hello, madgardener here........I just discovered that there is a REBLOOMING
LILAC (Syringia) by the name of 'Jocie' that blooms in late May and then
again once established (about two or three years depending on the root size)
in late September or October. Anyone have this new lilac and have any luck
with it? As you know, I am in zone 7 (straddling 6b-7a) and since this lilac
carries the name of a future daughter in law, I figured it would be a nice
addition to my family of shrubs. Thanks in advance for the information.
madgardener up on the ridge, back in Fairy Holler on a perfect fall morning,
overlooking English Mountain where the clouds and fog is draping the
hillsides and trees with a shawl of smoky creamy white, you can actually see
the screaming oranges and hot pinks of the sugar maples, the reds of the
dogwoods and summac's, and the incredible multicolored leaves of the poison
ivies up in the Jack pines, in Eastern Tennessee-zone 7, Sunset zone 36
I briefly did a little surfing Maddy and this is all that I came up with so
far. It's a dwarf lilac and the name is "Josee". I'm wondering if I could
plant this in a container on my balcony, I live in Seattle......hmmmmm.
I don't know what zone you live in but the first one on google using "Dwarf
Lilac" get the following:
Description from Gardener's Supply Company: Enjoy sweet-lilac fragrance from
May to October with pretty pink 'Josee', a lilac-lover's dream come true.
Dwarf variety grows to about 4-1/2 ft tall just right for a hedge or border.
Blooms profusely each spring, and with deadheading continues to bloom all
summer.A vigorous, low-maintenance plant Hardy in Zones 2-9 Shipped by
growing zone, beginning second week of September through third week of
November Allow 1 to 3 weeks for delivery after shipping has begun Expedited
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